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Theme tab in the settings of
roam/js/static-site, you'll see a code editor that accepts CSS formatting:
All styles entered into this code block will automatically get added to the bottom of a
theme.css file that is uploaded to the root of your website. The extension also includes a set of default styling which you could find here.
In Roam, you could add a class name to a block by adding a tag that begins with a period, like
#.class for example. This tag disappears from the Roam block and actually adds it to the HTML element for ease of custom styling specific blocks.
These tags are preserved in the same way in your website. This allows you to add tags to specific blocks to target for styling within your main theme.